Honors Algebra 1 Online Course with Instructor, Semester 1

Take it up a notch with our instructor-led homeschool Honors Algebra 1 class. CLASSES BEGIN September 14, 2020. Enroll today! This is the first semester of a two-semester course. 

What you need to know:

  • The 18-week course starts Sept. 14, 2020, and ends Feb. 5, 2020 (access to course opens on Sept 14).
  • Save your spot and save money by purchasing before August 1st, 2020 at the Early Bird rate with no registration fee!  Or, save your spot by purchasing the $50 (non-refundable) registration fee towards your course cost.
  • Enrollment is limited. Live tutoring and office hours: Mon/Wed at 2pm CST. Self-paced learning: Approx. 5 hours/week. View the course calendar.

$525.00 − 1st Semester

after August 1st the course price will be $575.00

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Course Overview

What You Get

  • 18-week, online subscription to our 1st-semester Honors Algebra 1 course
  • Weekly email with course assignments and lesson plans
  • Complete, detailed instructional videos
  • Instructor available via virtual office hours
  • Automatically graded assignments with step-by-step answer feedback
  • Downloadable, printable course worksheets & answer keys
  • Illustrated course study notes
  • Automatically graded section quizzes
  • Quizzes, Chapter & Practice tests, & Semester Final Exam
  • Animated interactivities . . . and more!

How It Works

  • Purchase the course through our online store
  • Create an account username and password which will give you access to the online Honors Algebra 1 course section on the start date
  • Follow assignments emailed on a weekly basis
  • Your work is automatically tracked and updated in real-time
  • Feel like you need help? Your instructor has virtual office hours
  • Transcripts, grade reports, and certificates of completion are available upon request
About Thinkwell's Online Honors Algebra 1 Author & Instructor


Thinkwell's Week-by-Week Syllabus for Online Honors Algebra 1
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Week 1: The Language of Algebra

1.1 The Language of Algebra
1.1.1 Variables and Expressions
1.1.2 Adding and Subtracting Real Numbers
1.1.3 Multiplying and Dividing Real Numbers
1.1.4 Powers and Exponents
1.1.5 Square Roots and Real Numbers
Quiz – 1.1

Week 2: Tools of Algebra

1.2 Tools of Algebra
1.2.1 Set Theory
1.2.2 Order of Operations
1.2.3 Simplifying Expressions
1.2.4 Introduction to Functions
Quiz – 1.2

Week 3: Assessment

Practice Test – 1.1 & 1.2
Test – 1.1 & 1.2

Week 4: Solving Equations

2.1 Solving Equations
2.1.1 Addition and Subtraction Equations
2.1.2 Multiplication and Division Equations
2.1.3 Solving Two-Step Equations
2.1.4 Solving Multi-Step Equations

Week 5: Solving Equations (continued)

2.1 Solving Equations
2.1.5 Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides
2.1.6 Solving Literal Equations
2.1.7 Solving Absolute-Value Equations
Quiz – 2.1

Week 6: Proportion and Percent

2.2 Proportion and Percent
2.2.1 Rates, Ratios, and Proportions
2.2.2 Applications of Proportion
2.2.3 Percents
2.2.4 Applications of Percent
2.2.5 Percent Increase and Decrease
Quiz – 2.2

Week 7: Assessment

Practice Test – 2.1 & 2.2
Test – 2.1 & 2.2

Week 8: Introduction to Inequalities

3.1 Introduction to Inequalities
3.1.1 Graphing and Writing Inequalities
3.1.2 Solving Inequalities by Adding or Subtracting
3.1.3 Solving Inequalities by Multiplying or Dividing
Quiz – 3.1

Week 9: Multi-Step and Compound Inequalities

3.2 Multi-Step and Compound Inequalities
3.2.1 Solving Two-Step and Multi-Step Inequalities
3.2.2 Solving Inequalities with Variables on Both Sides
3.2.3 Solving Compound Inequalities
3.2.4 Solving Absolute-Value Inequalities
Quiz – 3.2

Week 10: Assessment

Practice Test – 3.1 & 3.2
Test – 3.1 & 3.2

Week 11: Introduction to Functions

4.1 Introduction to Functions
4.1.1 Graphing Relationships
4.1.2 Relations and Functions
4.1.3 Writing Function Rules
Quiz – 4.1

Week 12: Applying Functions

4.2 Applying Functions
4.2.1 Graphing Functions
4.2.2 Scatter Plots and Trend Lines
4.2.3 Arithmetic Sequences
Quiz – 4.2
Practice Test – 4.1 & 4.2
Test – 4.1 & 4.2

Week 13: Characteristics of Linear Functions

5.1 Characteristics of Linear Functions
5.1.1 Identifying Linear Functions
5.1.2 Using Intercepts
5.1.3 Rate of Change and Slope
5.1.4 The Slope Formula
5.1.5 The Midpoint and Distance Formulas
5.1.6 Direct Variation
Quiz – 5.1

Week 14: Using Linear Functions

5.2 Using Linear Functions
5.2.1 Slope-Intercept Form
5.2.2 Point-Slope Form
5.2.3 Slopes of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
5.2.4 Transforming Linear Functions
Quiz – 5.2

Week 15: Assessment

Practice Test – 5.1 & 5.2
Test – 5.1 & 5.2

Week 16: Systems of Linear Equations

6.1 Systems of Linear Equations
6.1.1 Solving Systems by Graphing
6.1.2 Solving Systems by Substitution
6.1.3 Solving Systems by Elimination
6.1.4 Solving Special Systems
6.1.5 Applying Systems
Quiz – 6.1

Week 17: Linear Inequalities

6.2 Linear Inequalities
6.2.1 Graphing Linear Inequalities
6.2.2 Solving Systems of Linear Inequalities
Quiz – 6.2
Practice Test – 6.1 & 6.2
Test – 6.1 & 6.2

Week 18: Semester 1 Final Assessment

Practice Exam – Semester 1
Final Exam – Semester 1
Frequently Asked Questions About Thinkwell's Honors Algebra 1

How do Thinkwell instructor-led courses work?

You and your student will get a weekly email with an orientation & warm-up video and a lesson plan. Your student watches short, 5-10 minute online video lessons and then completes the automatically graded exercises. Students get instant correct-answer feedback. The live instructor is available by email, and will have weekly virtual office hours.

When does the course start?

The course has a specific start and end date, stated above. You can purchase and register before the start date. Late enrollments are accepted for up to two weeks after the start of the course.

What math courses should a student take?

A typical sequence of secondary math courses completed by a college-bound student is: Grade 6 Math > Grade 7 Math > Grade 8 Math > Algebra 1 > Geometry > Algebra 2 > Precalculus. For students looking to include Calculus as part of their high school curriculum and are able to complete Grade 7 Math in 6th grade, the sequence can be: Grade 7 Math > Prealgebra > Algebra 1 > Geometry > Algebra 2 > Precalculus > Calculus.

Is Thinkwell’s Honors Algebra 1 appropriate for my accelerated student?

Yes. Honors Algebra 1 is a rigorous course appropriate for accelerated students.

Does my student get school credit for Thinkwell’s Honors Algebra 1?

Only schools are accredited and Thinkwell is not a school, though many accredited schools use Thinkwell. If you're coordinating studies with a school or organization, please check with them about awarding credit for a Thinkwell course.

Does Thinkwell's Honors Algebra 1 meet state standards?

Thinkwell courses are built to national standards to be inclusive of all states. Some states set standards for what topics should be taught in a particular course. Thinkwell does not have a course version for each state. Websites such as www.achieve.org can help you determine your state's standards.

What if my student would like access to the course after it is over?

You can purchase extra time in one-month, three-month, and six-month increments.

Can I share access with more than one student?

A subscription can only accommodate one student per username and password; additional students need to purchase separate access. This allows parents to keep track of each student's progress and grades.

How long does it take to complete Thinkwell’s Honors Algebra 1 course?

The dates of the course are stated above. The course is divided into Semester 1 and Semester 2, each sold separately.

Can I see my grade?

Thinkwell’s course software tracks everything your student does. When logged in, your student can click "My Grades" to see their progress.

How are grades calculated?

The course grade is calculated this way: Quizzes: 40%, Chapter tests: 40%, Final Exam: 20%

Can I get a transcript or a certificate of completion?

Yes, both a certificate of completion and grade transcript will be provided at the end of each semester. Thinkwell will track and present a number score earned by the student, not a letter grade.

If I change my mind and want to do a different math course, can I change?

If you discover that you should be in a different course, contact techsupport@thinkwell.com within one week of purchase and we will move you to the appropriate course.

Can I print the exercises?

Yes, but completing the exercises online provides immediate correct answer feedback and automatic scoring, so we recommend answering the exercises online.

Are exercises multiple choice?

Most of the exercises are multiple choice and they are graded automatically with correct-answer solutions.

Is Thinkwell's Honors Algebra 1 built on "continuous review"?

Thinkwell's Honors Algebra 1 is carefully constructed to build on previous knowledge, reinforcing key concepts every step of the way. It is not only a reflection of empirically effective instruction, but also reflects Dr. Burger’s philosophies learned over a career of teaching mathematics, emphasizing a solid foundation that addresses why students need to learn certain concepts. Finally, Thinkwell's Honors Algebra I is intentionally designed to work for a wide variety of learning styles.

Is there a guarantee?

Yes, we offer a risk-free 14 day money-back guarantee.

How does my school review this course?

Should your school need to review a Thinkwell course for any reason, have the school contact techsupport@thinkwell.com and we can provide them access to a demo site, or provide you with a table of contents.

How do refunds work?

If a student leaves the course within 14 days of the start of the course, a full refund is granted. If a student leaves between 15 days and 40 days after the start of the course, a 50% refund will be granted.  No refunds after 41 days after the start of the course. Students leaving the course must contact the instructor by email.  Students dropping an instructor-led course with no refund may retake the same or a different instructor-led course if offered in the future for only the cost of the $50 registration fee.

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